How to Produce and Publish Your Podcast in Minutes

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“You should start a podcast,” a friend said last year. I didn’t want to do it, because I was afraid of taking on the burden of one more project. And I thought podcasting was too difficult. Boy, was I wrong.

Podcasting is easy. In fact, when I committed to producing and publishing the Hack Learning podcast, I created the show, added two episodes and published to iTunes in, believe it or not, less than 60 minutes! Less than two months later, Hack Learning had 28 episodes and more than 7,000 listeners!

How to produce and publish a podcast in minutes

While there are many tools to create your audio and platforms to host it, this post is about producing and publishing a podcast using Spreaker. (Disclaimer: this is not a paid endorsement for Spreaker.)

Spreaker is an all-in-one podcast production and publication tool. You can create a profile and multiple shows directly on the Spreaker website or on the mobile app.

Spreaker new show via Hack Learning


Spreaker production page via Hack Learning

Create shows via web or mobile platforms

Once your show is created, which takes about five minutes, you can use the web-based console, pictured above, or the desktop/mobile Spreaker Studio, pictured below, to record a live broadcast or an offline show, which can be uploaded to Spreaker or another host site later.

Spreaker studio via Hack Learning

Easy setup

With Spreaker’s settings tab, you can easily connect social networks for automatic sharing of new episodes. You can program email notifications and create an RSS feed, which can be added to iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud and other podcast channels.

Spreaker settings via Hack Learning


Spreaker RSS customization via Hack Learning

Add your podcast to iTunes


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The Hack Learning Podcast

Spreaker for podcasting

Spreaker help center

iTunes podcast upload page

Stitcher podcast upload page

Never miss an episode

Subscribe to the Hack Learning Podcast on your favorite device today, and remember to leave a quick review. Your opinion matters.

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Hack Learning podcast on Stitcher




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Author: Mark Barnes

Mark Barnes is a longtime educator and the Founder of Times 10, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series, the uNseries, and other books for teachers and learners. To connect with Mark follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

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